Costa located at Stirling Rd, Rawcliffe, York YO30 4XZ, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01904 692459

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Mitzuko Nox Ignis

5 Google Rating

The staff are friendly and helpful, the atmosphere is always bustling and busy. If I had to be criti

5/ 5

The staff are friendly and helpful, the atmosphere is always bustling and busy. If I had to be critical I'd say the place is a little small for the footfall it receives but that isn't normally a problem, just at the obvious really busy times it can be hard to find a table. The choice of drinks is excellent with something for everyone, the choice of food is more limited but definitely well thought out for a coffee shop. There is little more satisfying than sitting in this Costa, in the morning sunshine with a pot of fresh tea, watching the world go by outside.

Shauna Gallagher

5 Google Rating

Staff are unbelievably friendly. Find myself driving to this Costa and only this Costa about 4/5 tim

5/ 5

Staff are unbelievably friendly. Find myself driving to this Costa and only this Costa about 4/5 times per week to complete university work. Such a lovely atmosphere and a lovely space! But of course the staff make it what it is and are so lovely.

Zoe Dearlove

5 Google Rating

& Nice Costa this. Plenty of seating, good atmosphere, good Baristas, great coffee & Sundries.

5/ 5

& Nice Costa this. Plenty of seating, good atmosphere, good Baristas, great coffee & Sundries.

Molly Harris

4 Google Rating

Very good service this morning - but then I was slightly earlier than usual

4/ 5

Very good service this morning - but then I was slightly earlier than usual

Nick Blitz

1 Google Rating

Why bother with the chains when there are plenty of individual caterers ...who contribute far more t

1/ 5

Why bother with the chains when there are plenty of individual caterers ...who contribute far more to the local economy, rather than the ubiquitous Coca-Cola ...where profits are repatriated, ultimately, to Atlanta. Clearly my preference is for GOOD coffee, while also supporting the local economy.

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  • Sunday08:00 - 18:00
  • Monday06:30 - 20:00
  • Tuesday06:30 - 20:00
  • Wednesday06:30 - 20:00
  • Thursday06:30 - 20:00
  • Friday06:30 - 20:00
  • Saturday06:30 - 19:00

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